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In Topic: The 2017 randyp "All the Worlds a Stage"grow.""Rush""

23 July 2017 - 09:32 PM

I think this is the pod that bread your seed.The yellow were surrounded by douglahs and white habs.The plant beside the first YNB was a red7 xx choco bhut



That's making some sense Randy. I'm assuming a red7 xx choco bhut is one hot papa? Too bad you didn't overwinter him. You could tell him he helped spring a really weird kid in LA (Lower Alabama)


I'm getting a bit different view of my oddpods now. I pulled the first one off quickly because I'm impatient. I've left the others on the plant to see what they do. They went way past that deep orangey not quite red color and are turning to a burgundy color. Still maintaining the YNBS shape.

In Topic: 2017 Early Poddage

20 July 2017 - 09:22 PM

You have been dumped from the photobucket. Extortion in the first degree.

In Topic: The 2017 randyp "All the Worlds a Stage"grow.""Rush""

19 July 2017 - 11:18 PM

Randy, I'm not so smart about crosses and hybrids but it seems like something very interesting got up into the Yellow Naga Brain Strain flower that made the seed I planted to come up with this screamer.


Until the pods start ripening to orange, there's no way to tell any difference between any of my four plants grown from your YNBS pods. One thing I do know is this Orange Naga Brain Strain is beastly hot. When doing the taste testing and heat comparison between the orange and the yellow last night, it didn't require a very big slice to make me hit the sour cream right quick.


I'll definitely be saving seeds from this puppy. I'm gonna try to get some pure seed grown in isolation. I started that project this morning.

In Topic: The 2017 randyp "All the Worlds a Stage"grow.""Rush""

18 July 2017 - 11:34 AM

Hey Randy, have you seen this before? Looks like I got me a Orange Naga Brain Strain plant. How cool is that?







The plants, flowers and pods look identical until one turns yellow and the other turns orange. The walls and insides, seeds, placenta and oils look identical too.


I've been doing the comparison taste test for a while now. They even taste exactly the same until the heat bomb goes off. The orange pod is much³ hotter than the yellow. Exponentially hotter. A barn burner. Extremely great situation here. Now I have two peppers I adore. One in regular and the other in ultra high octane.


I have two more YNBS plants that still haven't committed to their final ripening colors. This will be interesting.

In Topic: Preserving my Hot Peppers

17 July 2017 - 08:07 PM

Thanks for the recipe. I will try it and let you know. I don't have habaneros so I'll probably use scorpions. I'll make some small amounts a few times and hope I come up with something as delicious as the Sontava. They sell that at World Market, if you have one of those near you.


When I freeze pods just I wash them, put them in a ziplock and into the freezer.